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    This pair of Perla armchairs was designed by Giulia Veronesi and produced by ISA Bergamo, Italy. Its sensual curves and the elegantly tapered legs give the chair a sculptural and modern feel. The armchairs retain their colorful original fabric decorated with an illustrated, highly detailed chinoiserie pattern. The striking legs are in black lacquered beech wood. Both chairs have the original metal ISA Bergamo tag on the frame.

    Bibliography: Domus No. 274, October 1952, page 4. Additional note: The designer has been credited as G. Veronesi in the ISA advertisement in Domus. Previously, Guglielmo Veronesi was assumed to be the full name. However recent research has indicated it was in fact the female designed Giulia Veronesi who designed the Perla chair. Read Less Details